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KASHMIR'S COMMUNIST Ex MLA YOUSUF TARIGAMI SPEAKS Kashmir’s communist leader Yousuf Tarigami speaks on the military siege

Tarigami, who was put under house arrest after the abrogation of Article 370, was allowed to travel to New Delhi for health reasons by the Supreme Court of India.

Attack on Press Freedom in India India’s mounting attacks on press freedom

In this video, we look into the ever increasing attacks on journalists who have been speaking truth to power.

India NRC Explained Explained: India’s National Register of Citizens (NRC)

According to reports at least six people have committed suicide in the month of July as India is organizing this mammoth and controversial citizenship verification drive.

Indian launches unprecedented legal and physical assault on Kashmiri people India launches unprecedented legal and physical assault on Kashmiri people

Following heavy military deployment, the arrest of political leaders and a communications crackdown, the far-right Indian government introduced provisions in parliament to destroy the autonomy of Jammu and Kashmir and break up the State

Workers resist BSNL privatization attempt Workers unite to resist attack on India’s public telecom service

The far-right government of the country is on a disinvestment spree and has already privatised and closed many state owned organisations.

Protest against Indian Railways privatization move AICCTY IREF Railway workers’ union protest against Indian government’s privatization move

The Narendra Modi led far-right wing government in India has recently announced it’s “100 days Action Plan” to bring in private players in Indian railways

Indian digital rights groups seek monitoring on online spending during elections

The groups demanded that the Election Commission prevent the misuse of social media and digital platforms, and make public information regarding election spending by political parties

Digital repression belies democracy in India, says report

A study by Stanford University reported 134 instances of network shutdowns or digital sieges in India in 2018 alone and over a 100 sieges in 2017.

Indian elections: failure on jobs front will sink Modi government

All the hype about Indian prime minister Narendra Modi’s schemes and ‘nationalism’ will not wash away the pain of joblessness

Workers remain unpaid for three months at Modi’s flagship Statue of Unity project

Over 100 workers who earn between USD 111-194 a month have been staging protests, demanding the clearance of unpaid dues. The statue, billed as the tallest in the world, has been criticized for various irregularities, as well as by residents of the region

Pulwama attack Threat of military crackdown looms in Kashmir after massive blast targets Indian forces

More than 40 Indian paramilitary personnels were killed after an explosive-laden vehicle rammed into their convoy

10,000 workers to go on indefinite strike against privatization of Indian airports

Six airports under the Airports Authority of India are set to be privatized. The striking workers, under the banner of the Airports Authority Employees Union, said the step will lead to exploitation of workers as they will be hired on a contractual basis

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